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I purchased a Winchester 1200 (single barrel pump) in good condition for a fair price, -but I've noticed that it doesn't chamber rounds as smoothly as it used to. The carrier doesn't seem to be kicking rounds high enough for the bolt to completely catch the brass. The result, -the shell jams just below the chamber. When this happens I usually push the carrier a little higher with my index finger and then pull back on the forend grip and then slide it back forward to chamber the shell. What can I do to fix this? -I'd really appreciate some help! :G ________________________________________________Yeah i take my Kalashnikov to the range! :w
 
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I would inspect the slide bars for any deformation because this were timing is involved, also the trigger assembly, although the 1200 trigger assembly is inviteing to disassemble I would advise against it!please check, and repost.
 

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:rollin YAY! Hey Ron, I thought about your message and I took a quick look @ my win1200 and noticed that most of my parts are in great conditition soooo... I decided to take apart my trigger assembly and noticed that one of the parts in there were broken. I took it to a local smith an he replaced it for 10 bucks. Now my Win1200 work just like new :rollin
 
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